This table is inspired by my Villeroy and Boch apple bakers. Besides, apples are really good at this time of the year.
It all started when I spotted this apple baker while touring Trier City in Germany when I entered a Villeroy and Boch store. I did not buy any because aside from being so pricey (and in euros), they are very breakable and bulky and our luggage were already overweight by that time, but I was so tempted.
Then, I saw them on Ebay with free shipping and I had to have at least 2 of them.
I love how they look on the table.
The recipe even came with the bakers. Pecans, butter, brown sugar, lemon zest placed in the apple cavity after it is cored and maple syrup poured on it. Light the tea light candle under the baker and bake right there for one hour. It dispersed this wonderful aroma throughout the whole house too while baking. Yum!
I used Spode's Buttercup dishes for our setting.
Look at it bubbling. It made the whole house smell so good too.
I love the baker. I will have to find more to complete a set of 8 at least. It would be a good dessert to serve.
The goblets have little yellow pineapples on them, or are they lemons? LOL! I forgot to take a close up picture and it is hard to decipher right now.
A ghost and pumpkin salt and pepper shakers.
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